The Spring Blood Drive will be held in the GYM today. You must be 16 years of age and older to donate. ALL 16 year olds MUST have a parent/guardian consent form completed for donation – EVEN IF YOU HAVE ALREADY TURNED IN THE CONSENT FORM FOR A PREVIOUS DONATION. Students 17 years of age and older DO NOT need a signed consent form. All donors must show a form of ID to donate. Donation times are filling up fast! Sign-ups are located in the GYM on Mrs. Barrick’s locker room door.
Do you like getting messy? Want to make something that is your own? Come support the West Perry High School Mini-THON at Paint Night occurring on March 3 at 6 PM in the High School cafeteria. Sign up on the school website under the Student Council page. Speaking of Mini-THON, don't forget to set up your donor page and turn in your registration for Mini-THON by March 3 if you want to get a T-Shirt.
There will be a flock of paper flamingos flying around the building from teacher to teacher from now through March 3rd. Watch out teachers, these wacky flamingos may appear on your door! To get the flock to bother another teacher, students must donate a total of $10 which will then go toward the Mini-THON goal. Help your classroom get rid of these pesky flamingos by donating today.
In Class News:
Seniors: Pick up an R&K sub and pretzel order form outside of room 122.
Attention class of 2019. Please turn in your Hershey’s money ASAP. All students who sold boxes of candy will have their name entered into a drawing for 5LB Hershey Bars. Each box of candy you sold, gets you an entry. The drawing will be held on March 1st, so get your candy money to 114 before then to be eligible.
Freshmen and Juniors are reminded that their R&K subs and pretzel sandwich orders and money are due next Wednesday, March 1st.
In Counseling Center News:
Looking for some extra money to put towards college? Stop by the Counseling Center and pick up the James and Arlene Adams Foundation financial aid application. This are no interest loan that is available to students who are involved in their communities, have good moral character, a strong academic record, and financial need. Several applicants from our school can be selected.
The PA State Hunters' Association Scholarship has arrived. The applicant must be a senior and must be entering into a field of study relating to wildlife management, forestry, conservation, environmental science or a related field. Stop by the Counseling Center for an application.
In Sports News:
Anyone interested in cheering for the 2017-2018 Cheerleading Squad, open gym will be held February 27th from 6:00-8:00 in the auxiliary gym. Tryouts will be March 13, 15, and 16th at the High School from 6-8. Updates will be made to the Cheerleading Team page on the website.